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Old 03-04-2010, 02:03 PM
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WOW, do I feel dumb!! LOL ......I put this info in the MY GEAR category but never here :/ oh well.

Mid 70s concert tom - double headed tom conversion. 3 ply (combo of clear and granitone)....that huge snare is no longer, (10x15) I now have a 402!! :-)

Anyhow, ... 6.5x10, 9x13, -granitone, 14x16 clear , 14x22 virgin - white interior 1969 bass, a "cusp" drum so-to-speak ....enjoy!
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Old 03-04-2010, 04:22 PM
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WOW, do I feel dumb!! LOL ......I put this info in the MY GEAR category but never here :/ oh well.

Mid 70s concert tom - double headed tom conversion. 3 ply (combo of clear and granitone)....that huge snare is no longer, (10x15) I now have a 402!! :-)

Anyhow, ... 6.5x10, 9x13, -granitone, 14x16 clear , 14x22 virgin - white interior 1969 bass, a "cusp" drum so-to-speak ....enjoy!
that snare is crazy cool is that a old school "Classic" strainer?

awesome kit.

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Old 03-04-2010, 04:27 PM
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that snare is crazy cool is that a old school "Classic" strainer?

awesome kit.

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YEP ...it was .....

Thanks ...got them sounding better at the last show too!
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Old 03-26-2010, 06:21 AM
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I purchased these over the summer.

Ordered them with the 100th Anniversary badges.
Love 'em , they sound great.


Ludwig Classic Maple Drums

Natural Gloss Finish w/ 100th Anniversary Badges

-Tom 12" x 9" (w/ Vibra-Band)

-Floor Tom 14" x 14"

-Floor Tom 16" x 14"

-Bass Drum 24" x 18"

- 6.5 x 14 Ahead Brass (x2) & Pearl ES Signature Maple Snares (x2)

-Tama Road Pro Hardware and IC Pedals

Paiste Dimensions Cymbals

11" 'Dimensions' Power Splash

14" 'Dimensions' Power Hi-hat w/ '2002' SE Bottom [x-hat]

15" 'Dimensions' Power Hi-hat

17" 'Dimensions' Power Crash

18” 'Dimensions' Med. Heavy Crash

19” 'Dimensions' Med. Heavy Crash

19" 'Dimensions' Power Crash

20" 'Dimensions' Power Crash (not pictured)

20” ‘Dimensions’ Power Ride

18” ‘Dimensions’ Power China
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Old 03-26-2010, 07:07 AM
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I purchased these over the summer............
I REALLLLLLLY like your drums Hit 'Em. I've always thought that when I get a set of CM's, it will be in a Red Sparkle finish.......I could just change my mind after seeing those beautys! Bet they sound as good as they look too.

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I REALLLLLLLY like your drums Hit 'Em. I've always thought that when I get a set of CM's, it will be in a Red Sparkle finish.......I could just change my mind after seeing those beautys! Bet they sound as good as they look too.

Congrats and enjoy!!


Thanks a lot... I love 'em. And my digital cam really doesn't do the finish justice.

And yes, they do sound great. Nice tone and projection.
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Old 03-27-2010, 08:15 AM
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So got the solution and I think you are enjoying with it...
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Old 05-15-2010, 03:22 AM
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Just finishing up my Ludwig Rockers kit from 1989. Looking forward to posting some pic's real soon.

Thanks for all the great pic's... there great!

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Since these pics were taken, I've added a 14x14 to the collection ... and I'm currently shopping for a 12x8. And I'll be converting/making a 18x12 "Jazzette" kick out of a spare 18x16 I have laying around. What's in the pics. are 26x16, 13x9, 16x16, and 18x16.
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Hope you don't mind me re-posting, there have been a few cool additions since my original post over 2 years ago:

My current Ludwig kits -


1959 transition kit in black diamond pearl


1965 Super Classic in Oyster Blue Pearl


1966 Club Date kit in Sky Blue Pearl


1975 clear maple kit in walnut Cortex


1975 Vistalite in white


1976 clear maple kit in red/silver/blue sparkle


1979 Educator kit in maple Cortex


2001 Classic Maple in grey fade (prototype finish)


2006 Classic Maple in arctic white


2008 Legacy Classic in arctic white

Replaced by...

2010 Legacy Classic in Silver Glass Glitter

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Old 05-21-2010, 09:15 AM
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Bermuda those are all absolutely gorgeous drums!
I'm loving the legacy's, how do they sound?
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Old 05-21-2010, 04:50 PM
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2008 Legacy Classic in arctic white

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Uhmmm John, ...I'll take that 24, the 10, the 13 and the 16, thanks!!! :)

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Old 05-21-2010, 05:02 PM
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Just added a 20 & 26" (& 14" rack tom) to the Legacy arsenal. They sound fabulous!

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Old 05-21-2010, 06:06 PM
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Hope you don't mind me re-posting, there have been a few cool additions since my original post over 2 years ago:
..Showoff. ;-P



BTW, love the new additions Jon.
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Old 05-22-2010, 01:16 PM
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These are my Ludwig's (some aren't mine anymore).
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Old 05-22-2010, 05:12 PM
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2006 Hammered Bronze
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Old 05-22-2010, 08:33 PM
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I've had these for over a year now and have them dialed in quite well. Wow, what a sound. They sound almost identical to the Houses of the Holy, Zoso drum kit. Big and powerful. They're tuned higher than you would think. The bottom heads are tuned up quite higher than batter heads (a third higher). They sound huge and round and literally shake the objects off of the shelves in the drum room.

Specs are Ludwig 1970, 3 ply with re-rings, clear maple interior, green sparkle 26x14 kick, 14x10 tom (mounted on rail consolette), 16x16, 16x18 floor toms. Coated emperors over coated ambassadors on toms, coated emperor over smooth white front head on kick. I also have a 6.5x14 supra to compliment the kit, but it's a newer one (2005). Hope you like the pic!
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Here's 2 more pics of the Bonham kit. I don't have a 24" 2002 ride....maybe someday.



With cymbals.... Paiste 2002 18" and 20" medium crashes, 15" 2002 sound edge hats. 22" dry heavy sig. ride


Driver side with vintage speed king pedal and atlas hi-hat stand.
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Old 05-25-2010, 12:05 PM
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Specs are Ludwig 1970, 3 ply with re-rings, clear maple interior, green sparkle 26x14 kick, 14x10 tom (mounted on rail consolette), 16x16, 16x18 floor toms. Coated emperors over coated ambassadors on toms, coated emperor over smooth white front head on kick. I also have a 6.5x14 supra to compliment the kit, but it's a newer one (2005). Hope you like the pic!
I like the pics but I like even more the kit!

Small question: how does the rail consolette work? Doesn't it show any problems with such a big tom? I asked myself that question even when I was looking at Bonzo's original kit.
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I like the pics but I like even more the kit!

Small question: how does the rail consolette work? Doesn't it show any problems with such a big tom? I asked myself that question even when I was looking at Bonzo's original kit.
Hi sacco,
I thought the same thing, but surprisingly, the rail consolette holds the big 14x10 tom nicely. It doesn't wobble when played and seems very sturdy. It doesn't really have the ability to place the tom wherever you want at any angle like most modern mounts can, but it works pretty well. The vertical mout slides back and forth on the "rail". It can get closer to the ride or further away. The angle of the tom can be set with a bolt that holds a tilting gear with teeth, kind of like a cymbal holder. You just put the angle where you want it and tighten the bolt. Thank you for the compliment on the kit. I really like it and try to play it out as much as I can.
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Old 05-26-2010, 04:54 PM
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Not to criticize your kit, I really love those big drums, but didn't Bonham use a 26x16 bassdrum?
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Old 05-26-2010, 08:06 PM
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Not to criticize your kit, I really love those big drums, but didn't Bonham use a 26x16 bassdrum?
No: http://www.drummerworld.com/Videos/j...ocheltree.html
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Old 05-26-2010, 11:48 PM
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My Ludwigs! First Ludwig gear I've ever owned and new to me as of this last week and I'm hooked! They are by far the warmest best build drums I've ever played on and they seem like theyve held up through the years especially the 1930's Spartan!
1970's/80's Ludwig kit 16/22, 13x9, 16x16
1984 6 ply maple snare with mahogony finish
1970's 14x5 Supraphonic
1930's 14x28 Leedy Spartan Bass Drum- Give some info on it if you have any I don't know much about it.
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Thanks sacco, my Ludwigs are identical to the ones in the Ocheltree video on youtube and here on DW. 26x14 kick, 14x10,16x16,16x18 toms. The only difference is mine are 1970 as opposed to 1971 and I have a few replacement parts (slightly bigger bass drum spurs, a few new lugs, etc.) where the video kit is all original to my knowledge.
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Old 05-28-2010, 01:26 AM
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Hello,
I don't know, if it's right topic for such question, but could anyone identify this snare drum?
http://images46.fotosik.pl/297/4eac041052d3edefmed.jpg
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/...a77ce4637.html
http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/...feeadeebd.html

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It's a steel shell snare.
By the lugs it appears to be an older Rocker model. The newer snares like this have different lugs on the 5, but these are the same lugs as the Acrolite, and the 6.5 "Chrome steel" shell snares.

http://www.ludwig-drums.com/snaredrums/snaredrums.php

Scroll down toward the bottom for these snares.
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1989 Ludwig Rockers- tweaked a bit to my liking.

I pulled this kit out of the closet after almost 15 years.
Designed and tweaked it a bit ot my liking. Am loving it.

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Old 06-04-2010, 08:56 AM
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Little late to the party but I wanted to share some pics of my new 2010 Classic Maples in Black Diamond Pearl, 10,14,20

Also my '93 Supraphonic and '09 Black Beauty. I also have another 5x14 Black Magic coming soon as well.
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Can't have a Ludwig thread without a Cherry/Gumwood Element SE kit! I picked these up new last fall as a broken up shell pack. One up, two down. Very cool, warm vintage tone. Rounding out the Made-in-Taiwan experience, is the Pork Pie brass, which I guess I "defaced" with Ludwig heads top and bottom, 16-strand Pure Sound snares, and orange Ludwig snare cord (the orange cord does make a difference!).







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Old 06-11-2010, 04:27 AM
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Here is my set of the Epic Pro Beat I received in March 2010. The finish is Mahogony Burst. I coundn't be happier! The sound of this kit is mindblowing. 6.5",10,12,14,16,24. Waiting for the 8" add on to complete the set.
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My first Ludwig kit, Centennial Arena in green sparkle, 24" x 20, 12" x 8, 16" x 15, 18" x 16, with the Supraphonic LM402 snare. First gig with it last night and she stole the show. Loads of compliments. Build quality is fantastic (don't believe the horror stories about gear made in the far east).

Completing the set-up this week by adding new heads, Emperors over Ambassadors, and new Paiste 2002 cymbals - 14" Sound-Edge hats, 18" and 20" medium crashes, and a 24" ride. Can't wait - i'm like a kid waiting for christmas! Not a great photo im afraid.
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Old 07-05-2010, 07:04 PM
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That's a real nice bassdrum size :)
Maybe you should combine this bass with an original Bonham bass, so you get 26 * 20

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Old 07-06-2010, 02:52 PM
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Here is my 1967 downbeat. Early 70's black beauty snare
need some vintage hardware.
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Thanks sacco, my Ludwigs are identical to the ones in the Ocheltree video on youtube and here on DW. 26x14 kick, 14x10,16x16,16x18 toms. The only difference is mine are 1970 as opposed to 1971 and I have a few replacement parts (slightly bigger bass drum spurs, a few new lugs, etc.) where the video kit is all original to my knowledge.
I love your drums man, I'll let you play my Joe Morello kit if I can play that Bonham kit.

To the guy above, that may be the most beautiful picture I have ever seen of a set.
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Old 07-06-2010, 07:14 PM
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I love your drums man, I'll let you play my Joe Morello kit if I can play that Bonham kit.

To the guy above, that may be the most beautiful picture I have ever seen of a set.
Thanks for the compliment on my Bonham kit. You don't live that far away from me, maybe a road trip is in your future? You can play them first hand and see how enourmous they sound.

I agree with the pic above. Beautiful. That early 70's black beauty is the one to have. They were sweeter then, even sweeter if it's engraved.
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Hell I'd do it,up although I'd leave much of the playing up to you to let those bad boys sing properly, I don't have an extensive repertoire of Bonham licks, or rock drumming in general heh.
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Old 07-07-2010, 09:11 AM
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Brand new, to me at least. The skins show some previous use. That and the paintjob on the bass reso.







26x14 bass
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16x16, 18x16 floors
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Old 07-10-2010, 06:05 PM
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Hell I'd do it,up although I'd leave much of the playing up to you to let those bad boys sing properly, I don't have an extensive repertoire of Bonham licks, or rock drumming in general heh.
Ha ha...you HAVE to play them. No matter what style of music you play, just to feel the power and fullness of the kit. I'm really into the "sound" of drums. That's why I've spent so much of my career studying tuning and trying just about every head ever produced. Anyway, the main reason why I wanted to get this kit and try to copy everything on it as closely as the original Bonham kit was to hear what he was hearing when he played them. To see if maybe the sound of a certain drum (like the kick drum) would influence the way he or I played a lick...know what I mean? I recently added a wooden bass drum beater to the speed king pedal, I read that from his long time drum tech (Not Jeff Ocheltree). It made a big difference in volume, feel and low end from the kick. Just awesome. They're here if you want to play them, just let me know.
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Old 07-10-2010, 07:46 PM
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You know what I just may do that before I ship off to college in August, and if you got room, I'll bring my set and we can really go crazy.
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